People shouldn’t have to live in pain. This simple and straightforward principle led to the creation and growth of Results Physiotherapy, a first-rate physiotherapy practice that uses individualized techniques to improve the quality of life for its patients.
Results Physiotherapy will open a 2,500 square-foot space at Hughes Plaza in Madison in Q1 2021.
“At Results, our patients’ needs come first,” said Daniel Burnes, Account Manager for Results Physiotherapy. “Our approach to therapy is comprehensive—we start with a thorough exam and create a treatment plan that is customized to the needs of each person. We emphasize patient education, so they can understand the reason behind their pain and prevent the injury from reoccurring in the future. Every patient also sees the same therapist at every visit to ensure the highest quality of care.”
Since its founding in 1996 by Australian Gary Cunningham, the clinic has expanded its footprint to nine states and counting.
What makes Results Physiotherapy different? According to its team, it begins with screenings where they complete an in-depth examination of the patient. Then, they create an individualized treatment plan that uses hands-on manual therapy techniques.
“How do we get patients who are living in constant pain back to a place where they can enjoy their day?” asked Erin Friend, District Operations Leader for North Alabama. “We address issues with a biomechanical approach and look to see how other body parts are being affected as well. For example, when their foot hits the ground, what additional stress is being put on other parts of the body? We focus on all areas involved and offer patients the tools and techniques to combat the issue from home once they complete their treatment.”
Education is a key factor in the Results approach. Patients are made aware of their conditions and taught not only what it is but also what to do about it. The company offers posture education, sleep education, breathing techniques, and more. They work on mobilizing patients’ nerves and help them operate with existing pain while working to minimize it.
Clients also do not necessarily need to be in pain to visit Results.
“There are many reasons someone might seek us out,” clarified Daniel. “We’ve had patients who are training for marathons or working on their golf swings and they want to be able to enjoy those activities with more endurance. We know there are a lot of physically active people in the Madison area, and we are excited to be able to serve them at our new location.”
Results Physiotherapy has been in the Madison area for some time but outgrew its space. With the number of people moving to the neighborhood and businesses opening nearby, it was evident that they needed to add another site where they could provide physical therapy services to the east and west areas of Madison.
“Our first Madison location is off Nance Road,” added Erin. “For many in the neighborhoods near County Line Road and beyond, it’s difficult to travel to and from our site frequently. By adding this additional clinic, we will be able to better serve the community from all over Madison with ease.”
When asked why they chose Hughes Plaza as the new site, the team was excited about the fact that they’d be so close to Fleet Feet—a business they already work with to provide quick and efficient care to patients.
“We have a great relationship with Fleet Feet,” explained Daniel. “Two of our therapists at the Madison clinic already work with the company and perform screens for their running groups. Now that we are so close in proximity, the patients’ needs can quickly be addressed. Whether they need hands-on manual therapy or a better shoe to prevent future injuries, our collaboration will help us better serve the running community.”
Anusha Alapati Davis, Associate Broker at Crunkleton Commercial Real Estate, believes that “Results Physiotherapy will be a perfect match at Hughes Plaza—a center that already features fitness and wellness co-tenants like Fleet Feet, Absolute Nutrition, and Bicycle Cove.”
“I would say 90 percent of our clients visit us for a spine-related issue,” shared Erin. “However, we also treat post-op, shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles. Many people might not realize that we can also help with pelvic health, headaches, vertigo, dizziness, and other orthopedic conditions. Our therapists across the company rank in the top two percent of the nation. We are extremely proud of the rigorous training our therapists complete, as well as their ongoing commitment to excellence.”
If you are interested in the types of services offered at Results Physiotherapy, they provide free screenings and introductory discussions at any time. They can even work with your physician and secure referrals for insurance purposes.
“We believe pain is not something you should have to live with,” assured Erin. “That’s why we approach physiotherapy in new and comprehensive ways to get you back to living your life normally. We look forward to having another location in Madison and better serving our current and future clientele.”
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